Produced by 20th Century-Fox Film Corp. for the Office of War Information and the War Finance/Treasury Department, and distributed and exhibited by the War Activities Committee-Motion Picture Industry--as a public service. A rare collection of star-studded subjects made for G.I. audiences overseas featuring - Bob Hope, Betty Grable, Betty Hutton, Judy Garland and a beef steak..
December 23, 2013 Subject:
Its always a joy to see Bob Hope performing. As is hearing Judy sing, and sing she did. You would think that having sung "that" song so many times by then she would just breeze through it, but no this version was as good as any I've ever heard. Ms. Hutton's song was indeed quite "frantic" and that 3 inch thick Porterhouse steak still looks good today!This was a radio show (filmed for whatever reason) so the scripts are handheld and very evident but Bob Hope still sneaks in a few ad libs, as only he can. "I'm bacon", lol. Anyway, do yourself a favor and spend the 10 minutes it will take to watch this.Great quality film with maybe one cut/tape job. Says its #30 in the end credits and would dearly like to see the other episodes.Just wish I could give it 10 stars.